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    ENFP - The Inspirers


    INTJ Stereotypes

    Tell me what INTJ stereotypes you have heard of. This is in no way an attack on INTJ's. This thread just gives awareness to the stereotypes of the INTJ personality.

    Here is my list of INTJ stereotypes..


    INTJ's are....
    1.) Geniuses
    2.) Psychopaths
    3.) No feelings
    4.) Atheist
    5.) Cocky
    6.) Not romantic
    7.) Clever
    8.) Arrogant
    9.) Jerks
    10.) Brutal and Direct
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    Unknown Personality

    Oooh, INTJ Stereotypes. Bon Appetit! xD

    1. INTJs can't accept other opinions other than their own
    2. INTJs manipulate people all the time
    3. INTJs are robots in reality
    4. INTJs are antisocial
    5. INTJs can't say *I love you*
    6. INTJs want to be alone 24/7
    7. INTJs can't smile
    8. INTJs are always the bad villains
    9. INTJs don't / can't care about others
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    INTJs are megolamaniacal by their very nature
    INTJs plan your death
    INTJs don't cry
    INTJs cannot/will not fight
    INTJs like conflict
    INTJs are self-centred
    INTJs have no regrets/remorse
    INTJs have no objections to eugenics

    Oh wait.. Stereotypes that aren't true.. Ok, well, yeah, there you are..
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    Unknown Personality

    Quote Originally Posted by NephilimAzrael View Post
    INTJs plan your death
    I have never REALLY understood that one. Why do people seem to link us with Death? People keep telling me that I remind them of Death / a Reaper. Not in a bad way, they say that I just *give off the vibe of being Deaths friend*
    What is it with that stereotype? *blink*

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by vanWinchester View Post
    I have never REALLY understood that one. Why do people seem to link us with Death? People keep telling me that I remind them of Death / a Reaper. Not in a bad way, they say that I just *give off the vibe of being Deaths friend*
    What is it with that stereotype? *blink*
    *whisper* They know.. Lets kill them

    I don't know if this is a typical quality of INTJs but thinking in a pragmatically logical fashion may give a person the inclination of not fearing much, particularily death or the sway of emotions, which people in general do share. Maybe this has some impact on why people think of INTJs as morbid or as you said, "Death's friends".

    There is nothing to fear from death if one looks at it with logic.

    It probably also measures up similarly for the other stereotypes listed above.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

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    Last edited by 7L7; 06-28-2009 at 11:14 PM.
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by 7L7 View Post
    Nepth? Enneagram type 6 INTJ? I didn't think this was possible since the 6's main problem is insecurity. But then again, think about an ADHD INTJ with self esteem issues. I digress.

    Quote Originally Posted by Counterphobic 6
    Sixes who are more counterphobic are much more likely to question, or even rebel against uthorities. They are quicker to confront others and are more prone to suspiciousness than phobic Sixes. They are more determined to be independent and resist turning to others for support. In this respect, counterphobic Sixes can resemble Eights. They try to repress their anxiety through action, and in the average Levels, can react strongly and defensively if questioned. They want to know where others stand and may aggressively provoke a response from them to find out. Counterphobic Sixes are fearful that others will try to trick them or take advantage of them. When conflicts arise, they can be highly confrontational and even belligerent. Nevertheless, beneath their bluster, they are just as fearful and anxious as phobic Sixes, but their actions are a reaction to the anxiety rather than a direct expression of it.
    Source


    Enneagram Central - Counterphobic Six
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    INFP - The Idealists


    INTJ stereotypes are 100% real
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by thehigher View Post
    INTJ stereotypes are 100% real
    But are they accurate/true? That is the question..
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    INFP - The Idealists


    Quote Originally Posted by NephilimAzrael View Post
    But are they accurate/true? That is the question..
    You got me......man ......
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